The 27th of July in Finland is National Sleepy Head Day.
This quirky Finnish tradition began in the medieval period when the belief was that the person in the household who slept late on this day would be lazy and non-productive for the rest of the year. Back in ye olde Finland days, the last person sleeping in the house could be woken up by having water thrown on them, or they were thrown into a lake or the sea.
With that in mind, let’s look at some previous blog posts that have featured sleep because it’s essential to productivity.
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